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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1914)
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THE BEND BULLETIN
(ruMlHtictl Every Wednesday)
GE0R013 PALMER PUTNAM
Editor nnd Publisher.
RODENT W. SAWYER
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for tho squaro dent, olenn busi
ness, olenn politics nntl tho best In
terests of Demi mid Central Oregon.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2. 1U.
P eac- ""
the ex-cashlor In hts disclosures, their
Interest nnd vnhio Is considerable.
Few who read them will doubt their
substantial truth. Those who have
smullml smoke for many mount will
not bo astonished to gut a gllmpso of
There probably'ls nothing actually
criminal In the notions of the com
pany olllcluls discussed In tho How
ard statement. Perhaps oven If Its
direct charges and Indirect Infer
ence can be prorod It Indicates
nothing toelinlcnlly "crooked." It
does, however, most certainly point
to n rotten state of affairs. 'It shows
enough to make one feal that when
tho Unlit of publicity Is turned upon
those books, far worse things may
Roscoe Howard's position has been
neither an easy one nor n plonsent
one. He often has been damned for
that which was no fault of hts. Hut
for the most part ho has mado tho
hed he lies In. He has failed to show
a reasonably honest spirit In his deal
ings wlfti the settlers. Ills loose
statements, publicly and concisely
made, eouoornlng a cash bond which
actually did not exist, lessened his
weight as a teller of unadulterated
truth. And when one day he put-
Really welcomes an examination of
his hooka by settlers, and the next
ly'thnt they veto for the formation
of HOTII counties when they go to
tho polls. We have not the nllKht
est doubt that tho people of the North
End will rcclproonto nnd do all they
can to help us got our county.
Doth moves nre sound and fair,
nnd those urKliiK division In tho
North, as lure, seek the same ends
lower taxes, taxes spout whom they
originate, and more economy In coun
ty administration which alone can bo
effected by making the units of ad
When IC n r I n n d'a expeditionary
force was being landed In Franco to
Join In the light against (lermany,
tne llrltlsh press refrained from an
mention of the great movomont; nei
ther names of regiments, places of
embarkation or numerloul strength
appeared In the news. Yet there whs
no strict censorship! the Oovurnment
simply hud Informed the papers, that
sucJi Information, If published, would
hurt England's position by dlwilglng
Information to tho enemy. Ho the
press remained silent. It was a
splendid example of real patriotism.
Tho painful contrast Is the policy
too often pursued by some American
newspapers, notably those owned by
Hearst. No dirtier example of yel
low Journalism, for Instance, Is on
THE PAST WEEK
"THE TAX LEAGUE."
fc?b one familiar with the matter
entertains any misapprehension con
cerning Redmond's Bland In the eonn
ty division fight. Nor Is there much
doubt about the mot'ves actuating
those promlnont In the Lower Tax
Redmond, because this time It feols
It may not got the Hon s share or tne
benefit, opposes a move It Initiator
nnd supports! one before. The
Lower Tax. League loaders are Inter
ested In nothing much except keepln
Crook County attains as they now are.
-Ytu can fool all or the people mm
oft.tbe tlnio. and some of the peopto
all the time, but yon can't fool all
the people alt the time.
Oay refuses such examination nnd record than when I lonrst deliberately
says ne mil not make me oner wiucn
a store or saue wen heard him make.
nht rrHttatlon wnnos further and his
position becomes weaker. On his be
half the word "misunderstanding"
seems to have been overworked.
The settlors already have received
tho assuranco or the Land Hoard that
faked n message, published in his
papers as having come to the Niagara
Peace Commissioners from Cnrrauia
Just when the Mexican clouds wer
clearing. It was a vile effort to create
an unnecessary war, and brainiest
Jingoism carried to the utmost ex
treme. In a tlnio of crisis llearrt
The people who rre wo. king for
the formation of Deschutes count r
and of Jefforeon comity are fighting
Four year ago Redmond sought eommon cause. Tneir mtereau
nnnntv illvtilnn Shi Wflrkml fnp It wrucucniijr liruiroi. i ir wr-
anB she speu her money for It. She " "" " twf " nt
used ninny if the same argumentHi JtKn that fight one lights the
that dlvlslonkfts today are wain k. on- othw. In a groat mcasuie the sue-
T .. .. v . .. iAM n
iy won tney ere
the State Accounting Department j bends all his powers to creating war
win nuuit.tno u. u. i. hooks, rues
new charges, inndo with a degree of
wolght, should hasten that investiga
tion. If Roscoe Howard Is being mal
igned, ho should welcome an action
which will clearMils skirts. If tho
settlers nro being mulcted, everyone
but thnee fattening at the trough they
keep filled should be glad to see a
prompt righting of their wrongs. And
the Water Psora' Association should
leave no stone unturned to assure
and hampering tho government. In
a time of crisis abroad the English
dallies rally remarkably well to their
government. Thinking people revile
one and applaud the other.
The Crook County Journal contain
ed an Important notice to tax payers
regarding the meeting of tile Hoard
of Equalisation, which The llulletln
reprints elsewhere In thb twper, so
that people on the west side may s"j
that the examination be a competent ,t Anothr nHtunc of the uneetls
and n thoroughgoing fine.
factory condition with a remote coun
ty seat! As It la, the only way wejt
aiders get olllclat county new placed
before them Is when weal side itnper
dig It up and reprint it.
" " . . .. , . .
weaker, beeause cm ( ,n "ivision movement in one
th tiin nn) m Hiw am! the nrn. territory uepenos upon its success in
vocation was not so strong. The rea-' th olhf; n co-op.retlon of
sons for the opposition that swamped , -' uletrlrta Is esseHlal. not onto.-
frnr th . . .. thd . !' when It ronw time to vote hut al-
raflroadg have route. rieveloiiRiimt has , '" combatt'og the attacks Of those
taken up eertaln sere lines. atffr.t who opp the entire dlvlolon move.
ones botweon the set era! portions or . Thwfor The Dulletln Is urging
The news of Hums' disaster Is n
matter of sincere regret to Hend
people. vt sympathise witn our
newHMira to tne east ami we a.imire Empire Is In the gravest dauRer
Instead of vainly regretting the past
While enormous military engago
meiilH have been progressing In 19ur
oio during tlio Inst week, there hue
been u dearth of authentic uewa,
thanks to the censorship.
On the French border the Oerniu'is
have had tho best t.f the lighting.
The Preuch-Hrltlsh Hues hnvo bean
forced Inick toward Paris, and dla-
lluet minor victories have been cred
ited to the Kaiser's forces. The los
ses have been terrific. Parts Is pre
paring for u siege, and unless Rus
sian Invasion from the northeast
compels tlermniiy to turn her atten
tion thither theie seeiim good reason
to believe that Paris will be Invested.
The Oorman heavily outnumber the
While (lorniiwiy denies It, appar
ently the Russian advance through
Prussia Is overwhelming, nnd llerln
miiv be threatened aoon. Russia
claims that she will throw eight mil
lion men ngalnst OeriniCny Austria
seems to ho having the worst of her
struggle with the Russian hear
A naval engagement in the North
Sea, near (lermany 's Heligoland for
tresses, resulted In a brilliant minor
naval victory for the llrltlsh licet.
Two (lermnii cruisers nnd two de
stroyers were sunk. Tim llrltlsh lost
no vessels ami row men. (lermauv a
licet Is kept sheltered In her rortllled
Japan la proceeding nctlvel
Against (lormau pomMtlons In Hie
Orient. She Is besieging Klnu-Chnu.
Turkey has moblllied and undoubt
edly will enter the ar on the side'
or Austria and (lermntiv. Ureal Hrt
nln has uotllled t'oimtnutlnople Hint
such a move Is equivalent to signing
her own death warrant as a nation
Prance has called out her last line
of reenrvee. England Is making t'-
tanlc efforts to enlist all Its oting ,
men under the r lor. the (loveriv I
i . . ..... .
ineut empiiancnii stating that the
V0 one will dispute the importance
of the Corset;1, it is the foundation
of the figure. Some women have bet
ter natural figures than others;, the
Corset is the great equalizer. It should
preserve naturalness, and at the same
time overcome any slight defects. It
should aid the figure without abusing it.
Yon will got
Wu lire exclusive
HKenLs for the
known as "The
the present county have widened.
and, above all, a law has been put In
operation which make the machin
ery for county division reasonable
and fair for all concerned. For la
stance, a permanent county feat is
not chosen until two years after di
vision Is effected, at whleh time th
people of the new county select the
town thoy want.
Redmond's stand Is regrettable.
After tho Jefferson county people
had got to work and practically
forced the seuthwost soctkm Into the
light a matter of "now or never
those interest! In division here
made every effort to get together
with Redmond. Just as they had se
lected lines agreeable to PrinevUJo,
Support for Rodraand candidates for
officials was pledged ReumoiMl w
told. In fact, that so far as Bead wm
concerned she could have all the oN-
rials not Justly claimed by rommital
tie other than Dond. and that ail
wo here desired was division: let the
matter or county seat be settled later.
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V wiv nii vi int; iui.li). i
uui ueuntena reiuseu w eo-oaer-i
ate on any terms. She aaaoaaeod
her hostility. She attempted so logl
eal argument, but started bncklHK
simply because she feared that the
majority or the papple In the propos i
aa new county would not back berj
in a count' teat nam. u stewed the
Great difference four years can make.
Its readers to remember that a square
deal and good business demands that
they boost Jefferson county alowg
with DesoliHtes oonnty. and watHtclal
WAIiKI.VO TO ROSTO.V.
A couple named Cavallere arrived
In Hend on Saturday on a Weeton-the-walker
trip from Portland to
Host on. They sr advertising a cer
tain make of shoe, the pairs thev
started out In boing guaranteed to
last for the whole trip. Saturday
night and Sunday they song at the
The Lower Tax League' is well
named. The title Is a sen political
htieky fly paper designed iwcaten
foolish files who have votes. 1
Let It be understood clearly tmTtfl
every man who Is hacking the forma,
tlon of Deschutes and Jefferson coun
ties does so because he wants iowav
tAxef The dlvittonlata are. Indeed,
the original lower tax lea go a. We
can offer no better advice than for
tfvery dlvilon booster to Join that
League! We all believe that division
will mean lower taiea and bettor
government We all are certain that
retaining the present county mean
constantly Increasing taxes and gov
ernment unsatisfactory to tba wld-
lv separated and vastly different I
areas comprising Crook county. I
It Is not a sudden Interest In econrl
iwnj mm iihb whhbhbu ul" iowr ji
League members. What they want
is ia keep the county as It !.
Kor Instance, two abetractora are
on the antl-dlvUlon eomBlttee creat
ed by a portion of the Prlsevllle
C'ommerolal Club. One' of them paid
m3 taxes amountlag to $20.87. the
other $22.20. Hew much do you
suppose they care for the tax levy
And how much for their private busl
nes? Of course their stand la
justified, from a commercial stand
K)lnt; only It should be understood,
so tbitt Uialr 'aaal may be routiir.
bended nid their anptmeuta dis
counted. Don't be fooled by a name. The
"Lower Tax League." has a good title
nut ita origin is tainted. It was aired
' Jselpusy and darned by cupidity.
COMMERCIAL CLUB IS TO
Tlitw Meiisurcx In be Taken up I'ach
Week nt Siitunhiy I.iiiicImsiuh
'I'elepliolm Committee .pHiluteil
Prom now to election day the Sat
urday noon meetings of the Commer
cial i inn are to rosemtile tliose or a
dnlmtlng society as well aa an eating
club. In order to enable the mem
bers t familiarise themselves with
tho various constitutional amend
ments nnd Initiative laws to b votad
on In November they are to be till.
eussed, three eneh week, by speakers
who will lulk for and against each
At the meeting Inst Saturday a mo
tion to undertake this discussion was
paeeed. The measures to be lkw
up at the next luncheon are tho on
stflutlnnal amendment creating thi
anise of lieutenant goveraor on whleh
O. W. KrsklNo will take the atllrma
tlve anil J. A. Hastes the negative,
the amendment permitting the state
to lend Its credit for Irrigation and
reclamation purines. C. n. Hudson
I alhrmatlve and It. W. Sawyer nega-
tivn, sua tne rainless rarker den
tistry bill, Dr. J. II. Connarn atllrma
tlvo, and Dr. II. Kerrell, negative.
All voters, whether members of the
el lib or not, ure Invlittd to attend
these meetings and hear the discus
sion. Other business done last Saturday
wah the appointment of a committee
to oonfur with severs! representatives
or the Doscliutes Mutual Telephone
Company on effecting n eonuectlon
between their lines and the city of
llgnd. The tolsphone men here worn
.1. J. Hlllnger of Redmond.. O. II.
Miller of Prlnevllle. nnd Prix! WIUou
if.'fljildlHW. All spoke or tho advan
tages or their telephone system and
urged that tho business men or the
town arrange for connections. It ia
understood thnt the Idea Is looked on
with favor If satisfactory arrange
ments can bo made and that the com
mittee Is now working on the matter.
The club luncheon next Saturday
will bo at the Pilot Untie.
are made for you to wear. There is a model that will
fit you. The materials are the hest obtainable;' tie
sign and workmanship are of the best -in short, Kubo
Corsets are AS GOOD AS MON1CV CAN HUY.
F. A. BENNETT
Bend's Cash Store
Pre!') let Inn.
Xundny services will be aa follows:
Sunday school nt I0:o a. m.. preach
ing at 11. Preaching at l:0U p. m.
The Pnlon prayer meeting will be
held In the Preabytertan ahureh en
Wednesday evening and will be In
charge of Rev. K. (1. Judd. II. C.
services oh Sunday at 10:lt.
Hlble mcIiooI 10 a. m. Preaching
service 11 o'clock. Special musle.
Young PtMJtdes' meetlHg ? p. w.
Preaching service at X. The 1-ord's
ttupper will be observed at the close
of the morning servlco. The Sun
day school picnic will be held Thurs
day. iIih 3rd, and will laava the
church at nine o'clock. All members
of the school and their relatives are
Invited. The Pnlon prayer meeting
will Ih held In the Presbyterian
church this Wednesday evening. K
O. Judd, pastor.
XOTIli: TO Nt'llOOl, PI'Pll.s.
Pupils of the high school sr rr.
uuesled to report at 10 o'clock a m .
Monday, Soptambwr 7, for realm ra
tion. Pupils of grades bebiw bsii
school may draw hooka at the Held
building betHoen I and I p. hi Hat
urday. September Mb. or during Hi"
same hours on Monday, Septmi-r
7th. J. It. SlIOl HK
Meals nt the AllamuHt Sa and 3'.
XOTICi: TO ODD PICI.I.OWS.
There will be a special upon meet
Ing on account of nhlclal vlsltattm
or Oread Master Calloway of Salam.
Prldny evanliig, Hnptomher I. In Math,
er's Hall. All members are urged (
atteml and Itebeknhs and friends '
the order are cordially Invited,
IIICHT Sllt'KV, N. O. '
Chicken dinner tonight at the nnl
Hotel. to S:3t). Adv.
TOO UTI TO
I KOR SALICJArser row See R.
i W. Cooper at Murphy rooming hou.
i Greenwood avenue Irt 27 ;.
HOWARD VS. HOWARD.
fov comes W. W. Howard, ex
cashier of tho Central Oregon Irri
gation Company, who makes grave
charges against Roseoo Howard, man
ager of that company.
W. W. Howard's statement fa
printed In detail In this miner. Ros-
cpe Howard's position Is a matter of
l.l,t,llf A...t In ,kn ...... ,1.. '
Whatever the motives that actuate
Are in the height of the sea
son. Get yours before
it is too late
Shuey's Cash Grocery
SERIOUS FUT BURNS
lliilf of Town I lent to) ed .Mdiiilny
No Wntcr Hystcui to Plglit PIiiiiiun
Ilim.VS, Hopt. 1.- Fire hero .Men.
day afternoon wiped out two and n
half blocks of frame buildings, de
stroying more than half or tho busi
ness portion or the town. The blaze
started In MeKlnnoy's livery stable,
presumably from sitoutanenus com
bustion In green alfalfa, sud burned
so quickly that Sti horses were burn
ed to dentil.
It wiped out all the block contain
ing tho stable, the blook to tho oait
or that niio. and then Jumped the
Harney County Hank building, whleh
la or stone, and consumed another
half block. Tim French llotal, three
saloons, the lisrn, n ikhiI hall, Chi
nese restuuiaut and barber shop are
total Iohsoh. Hums Iihm no wntrr
syHtnm, water supply being from
Today a iiihih moA(lnK was hsli
and action started to voto bonds for
a water system Immodlatoly.
U. 8. Sepnrntors and milk enns,
flkttso Hardware Company. Adv.
MIsH Francis Williams or the Whit
man Conservatory of Muslo, Wnlla
Wulln, is prepared to lvo Instruction
In piano and vocal music hare this
winter. - Adv 2Cp
BECAUSE OUR CLOTHING IS "READV-TO-WEAR,"
DO NOT THINK IT IS NOT "TAILOR
MADE." ON THE CONTRARY THE BEST TAILORS IN
THE LAND. WHO WORK UNDER THE BEST CON
DITIONS, MAKE OUR CLOTHING.
BUT INSTEAD OF MAKING JUST ONE SUIT
OF A KIND. ONE TAILOR WILL MAKE A HUN
DRED. THIS IS WHV HE MAKES THEM WELL.
THIS IS WHY WE CAN SELL VOU "TAILOR
MADE" CLOTHING FOR LESS,
A CAR LOAD OF NEW FALL GOODS HAS
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY